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What do you rate this mock?
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23%
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30%
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7%
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:47 pm    Post subject: 2/28 POST-COMBINE MOCK DRAFT-->FIFTH VERSION Reply with quote

1. Houston: REGGIE BUSH/HB/USC
2. New Orleans: MATT LEINART/QB/USC
3. Tennessee: VINCE YOUNG/QB/TEXAS
4. New York Jets: D’BRICKASHAW FERGUSON/OT/VIRGINIA
5. Green Bay: AJ HAWK/OLB/OSU
6. San Francisco: MARIO WILLIAMS/DE/NCST
7. Oakland: JAY CUTLER/QB/VANDERBILT
8. Buffalo: HALOTI NGATA/DT/OREGON
9. Detroit: MICHAEL HUFF/SS/TEXAS
10. Arizona: WINSTON JUSTICE/OT/USC
11. St. Louis: VERNON DAVIS/TE/MARYLAND
12. Cleveland: MANNY LAWSON/OLB-DE/NCST
13. Baltimore: LENDALE WHITE/HB/USC
14. Philadelphia: CHAD GREENWAY/OLB/IOWA
15. Atlanta: JIMMY WILLIAMS/CB/VT
16. Miami: KO SIMPSON/FS/SOUTH CAROLINA
17. Minnesota: DEANGELO WILLIAMS/HB/MEMPHIS
18. Dallas: MARCUS MCNEILL/OT/AUBURN
19. San Diego: JONATHAN SCOTT/OT/TEXAS
20. Kansas City: SANTONIO HOLMES/WR/OSU
21. New England: LAURENCE MARONEY/HB/MINNESOTA
22. Denver: CHAD JACKSON/WR/FLORIDA
23. Tampa Bay: ERNIE SIMS/OLB/FSU
24. Cincinnati: DARNELL BING/SS/USC
25. New York Giants: TYE HILL/CB/CLEMSON
26. Chicago: LEONARD POPE/TE/GEORGIA
27. Carolina: GABE WATSON/DT/MICHIGAN
28. Jacksonville: MARCEDES LEWIS/TE/MARYLAND
29. Denver: TAMBA HALI/DE/PSU
30. Indianapolis: MAX JEAN-GILLES/OG/GEORGIA
31. Seattle: TAITUSI LUTUI/OG/USC
32. Pittsburgh: NICK MANGOLD/C/OSU

33. Houston: ERIC WINSTON/OT/MIAMI
34. New Orleans: THOMAS HOWARD/OLB/UTEP
35. New York Jets: MATHIAS KIWANUKA/DE/BC
36. Green Bay: ELVIS DUMERVIL/DE/LOUISVILLE
37. Oakland: BOBBY CARPENTER/OLB/OSU
38. San Francisco: MARTIN NANCE/WR/MIAMI (OH)
39. Tennessee: DEMECO RYANS/OLB/ALABAMA
40. Detroit: BRODRICK BUNKLEY/DT/FSU
41. Arizona: DAVIN JOSEPH/OG/OKLAHOMA
42. Buffalo: RODRIQUE WRIGHT/DT/TEXAS
43. Cleveland: CLAUDE WROTEN/DT/LSU
44. Baltimore: ANTONIO CROMARTIE/CB/FSU
45. Philadelphia: SINORICE MOSS/WR/MIAMI
46. St. Louis: D’QWELL JACKSON/ILB/MARYLAND
47. Atlanta: DARYN COLLEDGE/OT/BOISE STATE
48. Minnesota: JEREMY TRUEBLOOD/OT/BC
49. Dallas: KAI PARHAM/ILB/VIRGINIA
50. San Diego: ABDUL HODGE/ILB/IOWA
51. Miami: ORIEN HARRIS/DT/MIAMI
52. New England: JASON ALLEN/FS-CB/TENNESSEE
53. Washington: HANK BASKETT/WR/NEW MEXICO
54. Kansas City: ASHTON YOUBOTY/CB/OSU
55. Cincinnati: KAMERION WIMBLEY/DE/FSU
56. New York Giants: JESSE MAHELONA/DT/TENNESSEE
57. Chicago: JASON SPITZ/OG/LOUISVILLE
58. Carolina: JOSEPH ADDAI/HB/LSU
59. Tampa Bay: RYAN O’CALLAGHAN/OT/CALIFORNIA
60. Jacksonville: STEPHEN TULLOCH/OLB/NCST
61. Denver: CHARLES SPENCER/OG/PITTSBURGH
62. Indianapolis: BRIAN CALHOUN/HB/WISCONSIN
63. Seattle: JONATHAN JOSEPH/CB/SOUTH CAROLINA
64. Pittsburgh: DWAYNE SLAY/FS/TEXAS TECH

65. Houston: DOMINIQUE BYRD/TE/USC
66. Houston: DANIEL BULLOCKS/SS/NEBRASKA
67. Green Bay: ROB SIMS/OG/OSU
68. Oakland: ALAN ZEMAITIS/CB/PSU
69. San Francisco: DONTE WHITNER/SS/OSU
70. Buffalo: BERNARD POLLARD/SS/PURDUE
71. New York Jets: MAURICE DREW/HB/UCLA
72. Arizona: DARRYL TAPP/DE/VT
73. Buffalo: CHARLES GORDON/CB/KANSAS
74. Detroit: ANWAR PHILLIPS/CB/PSU
75. New England: MAURICE STOVALL/WR/ND
76. Philadelphia: STANLEY MCCLOVER/DE/AUBURN
77. St. Louis: BABITUNDE OSHINOWO/DT/STANFORD
78. Cleveland: DEVIN HESTER/CB/MIAMI
79. Atlanta: MARK ANDERSON/DE/ALABAMA
80. Dallas: PAT WATKINS/FS/FSU
81. San Diego: GREG BLUE/FS/GEORGIA
82. Miami: ANDREW WHITWORTH/OT/LSU
83. Minnesota: ROCKY MCINTOSH/OLB/MIAMI
84. Washington: VICTOR ADEYANJU/DE/INDIANA
85. Kansas City: BRODIE CROYLE/QB/ALABAMA
86. New England: JAMES ANDERSON/OLB/VT
87. New York Giants: OLIVER HOYTE/ILB/NCST
88. Chicago: DEMETRIUS WILLIAMS/WR/OREGON
89. Carolina: MARK SETTERSTROM/OG/MINNESOTA
90. Tampa Bay: CEDRIC GRIFFIN/CB-S/TEXAS
91. Cincinnati: JOE KLOPFENSTEIN/TE/COLORADO
92. Jacksonville: WILL BLACKMON/CB/BC
93. Denver: OMAR JACOBS/QB/BOWLING GREEN
94. Indianapolis: CAMERON VAUGHN/OLB/LSU
95. Seattle: JASON AVANT/WR/MICHIGAN
96. Pittsburgh: LEON WASHINGTON/HB/FSU

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have the Bills drafting 2 DT's in the first 2 rounds. make the 2nd round an OT
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

horrible miami draft Sad you gave us an Undertackle that doesnt fit our system at all in the 2nd.


also how does 40. Detroit: BRODRICK BUNKLEY/DT/FSU fall into the 2nd round? He had the most impressive combine and senior bowl of everyone. He is a top 10 draft pick now.

He can be a DE or even NT in the 3-4 and he could be a 4-3 DT Overtackle or undertackle

kimbley or croyle in the 2nd for miami would be alot better
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Switch the Packers' picks in the first two rounds with the pick directly below them: Mario and Bobby C. Both are much too good to pass up on AND they fill the same needs as are currently filled in the mock...

In the third, Setterstrom would be the better choice, as he fits the scheme better.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Overall pretty good.

Lawson in the first is good.

Wroten in the second not sure he will be a 3-4 player plus off field issues i don't know if the Browns would draft him.
-Maybe Jackson,Trueblood or Wimbley here

Hester in the 3...Not a need
-how about Anderson,Whitworth if we don't take Trueblood in 2nd or fifita (maybe a pushing him up too much) here
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:59 pm    Post subject: Re: 2/28 POST-COMBINE MOCK DRAFT-->FIFTH VERSION Reply with quote

LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

24. Cincinnati: DARNELL BING/SS/USC

25. New York Giants: TYE HILL/CB/CLEMSON
26. Chicago: LEONARD POPE/TE/GEORGIA
27. Carolina: GABE WATSON/DT/MICHIGAN
29. Denver: TAMBA HALI/DE/PSU
34. New Orleans: THOMAS HOWARD/OLB/UTEP
37. Oakland: BOBBY CARPENTER/OLB/OSU
40. Detroit: BRODRICK BUNKLEY/DT/FSU
44. Baltimore: ANTONIO CROMARTIE/CB/FSU


Any of the guys I have listed below wouuld be a better fit for the Bengals than Bing. Pre-combine I was a huge Bing backer but at the combine he showed up at almost 230 and was stiff, which had people talking about moving him to LB. He didn't run a 40 at the combine as he is waiting til his pro-day. Unless Bing has a great pro-day he has fallen out of the first. Bunkley however is exactly what the Bengals need. 306 lbs of soild muscle, very strong, very explosive to team with Shaun Smith to give the Bengals a real pair of run stopping DT's.

LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

55. Cincinnati: KAMERION WIMBLEY/DE/

63. Seattle: JONATHAN JOSEPH/CB/SOUTH CAROLINA
66. Houston: DANIEL BULLOCKS/SS/NEBRASKA
68. Oakland: ALAN ZEMAITIS/CB/PSU
69. San Francisco: DONTE WHITNER/SS/OSU
72. Arizona: DARRYL TAPP/DE/VT
90. Tampa Bay: CEDRIC GRIFFIN/CB-S/TEXAS


We already have situation rush ends in Robert Geathers and David Pollack, the Bengals don't need another. Whitner plays very much like Bengals current best S Madeiu Williams and as the Bengals like to have their S's be basically interchangable he would be an almost perfect fit to be the new SS. Great in coverage, more than solid in run support, a perfect round 2 pick for Cincy.

LetItEnfoldYou8 wrote:

91. Cincinnati: JOE KLOPFENSTEIN/TE/COLORADO

92. Jacksonville: WILL BLACKMON/CB/BC
95. Seattle: JASON AVANT/WR/MICHIGAN
ANTHONY FASANO, TE, NOTRE DAME


Klopfebstein has all the measurables that you want in a TE, but has never had more than above average production at the collegiate level. Fasano is probably the best run blocking TE in the draft and is still a very viable pass catcher and makes a much better fit in Cinicnnati.

So there is where I think the Bengals would go in your draft situation.

1. Broderick Bunkley, DT, FSU
2. Donte Whitner, S, The Ohio State University
3. Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 6:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would prefer this as a jags fan
1. Mathias Kiwanuka
2. Jonathan Joseph
3. Best TE available
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

as a jets fan i dont like drew in the 3rd. he proved at the combine that, although he has great speed, hes more like darren sproles with regard to size. the jets dont need another guy to split carries w/ cmart. i would prefer an interior lineman.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can't argue with Lawson at 12. Willie McGinest memories for Crennel will be long gone. Can't argue with Claude Wroten in the second round. Combined with Lawson, will be sacktastic. However, I will complain about the third round pick of a CB. I think that is the least needed position we have. If you watched the Browns last year or have visited the Browns forums, you would know that they have not only Baxter, but also Leigh Bodden, a shutdown corner who developed nicely last year. I don't see a CB this year. I would much rather prefer Steve Fifita (even though the third round might be a little high.)
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd be happy with that Titan draft.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not bad... pretty good Jaguars mock
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 10:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i love Abdul Hodge in rd. 2 for San Diego, but i'd be tempted to take Jason Allen there too. Im not crazy about Greg Blue. He can hit, but he cant cover. Chargers need coverage
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great giants draft atleast for the first 2 rounds
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

theone8082 wrote:
i love Abdul Hodge in rd. 2 for San Diego, but i'd be tempted to take Jason Allen there too. Im not crazy about Greg Blue. He can hit, but he cant cover. Chargers need coverage


i agree about Blue i would have the mock go

1. John Scott OT
2. Jason Allen S
3. Mark Setterstrom OG
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOVE THE TEXANS DRAFT!
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